Data Scientist

Chicago, Illinois
US$120000 - US$130000 per annum

Data Scientist, Marketing Analytics

Agency

Remote

$120,000-140,000

Are you a Data Scientist professional with a strong Marketing focus? If you are advanced in using machine learning to solve business problems, this could be the next step in your career!

THE ROLE: Data Scientist, Marketing Analytics

As the Data Scientist, Marketing Analytics, you will have a strong focus on building, designing and deploying models. You will work closely with the Media and Business teams. Some of your responsibilities will include:

  • Design and deploy models such as:
  • Marketing Mix Models
  • Multi-channel Attribution Models
  • Media Strategy Optimization
  • Customer Lifetime Value

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERTISE

  • Strong foundation in Marketing Analytics
  • Marketing Attribution experience
  • Well versed in SQL, Python, and R
  • Understanding of deep learning techniques
  • Previous experience with data pipelining

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

  • $120,000-140,000
  • Generous benefits package

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Please register your interest by sending your resume to Olivia Jones via the Apply link on this page

KEYWORDS: Data, Science, Marketing, Analytics, SQL, Python, R, Attribution, Customer, Value, Deep learning, Media, Optimization

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